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    November 11, 2012
    11:30 - 12:04am EST  

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>> al: right after the game the wendy's postgame report. a look at the league news as well and look ahead to next week's game between baltimore and pittsburgh. it is second and 23 after the holding call. four-man rush. campbell checks it off underneath. short gain. caught by kyle adams. so it's going to be third and 16 now. bears have one time-out. obviously, in a situation where they go for it on fourth down. >> cris: you have to take your shot eventually. >> al: they go to marshall over the middle. marshall trying to spring free around the outside. he'll go down at the 40. so it comes down to this for chicago. it's going to be fourth down and
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eight. campbell without the huddle. he has marshall going to the left side. he's got hester to the right side. he's got bennett in the slot to the right. precious seconds ticking off. down to a minute. and the pass intended for forte is incomplete. surrounded by four white shirts. so the bears throw their hands up and say "where is the call?" there is none. with a minute to go, wade phillips starts to get some high five's because the texans are going to go to 8-1. >> cris: connor barwin is going to pick this up coming all the way across the field here. a little contact there. but it was initiated as much by forte as fs barw it was by barw. no call. not a great night for the bears. for wade phillips, brilliant.
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absolutely, brilliant. all we want to say about the bears defense, it was wade phillips defense tonight who has got it done. >> al: he has just done a magnificent job coming over. gary kubiak brought him in in the 2011 season after the texans had huge problems defensively. he has revamped it. remember, they got rid of guys like mario williams and demeco ryans and he loses cushing. he comes into chicago and limits the bears to a pair of field goals. they go home to meet jacksonville next week. and if the season ended today, as the saying goes, the road to the super bowl on the afc side would go through houston. >> cris: big questions for the chicago bears next week, will jay cutler be around? the backup quarterback thing for the bears is just not working out. caleb hanie and now jason campbell n getting production
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if jay cutler is not in there. >> al: only thing that works for their benefit is extra day since they have the monday night game next week in san francisco. so this one is over. not a work of art, but it didn't figure to be under these conditions with the rain and the wind and all of the rest. the texans go home with a win. 13-6. the wendy's postgame report is next. . ♪
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♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] combine the pnc cashbuilder visa credit card with a qualifying pnc performance select checking account and earn 75% more than cards earning 1% cash back on almost everything. the texans leave soggy chicago with a win and go to 8-1 and drop the bears to 7-2. the players the game the former
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bear danieal manning who forced a fumble and had a pick tonight. arian foster, 29 carries for 102 yards and he caught a pass for the game's lone touchdown. 13-6 texans. fosten ar and manning with mich. >> michele: arian, we were looking at the conditions but what was it like playing in these conditions? >> this field is pretty bad but everybody was in it so you had to do what you had to do. we fought really hard, man, so proud of my guys. >> michele: coach kubiak told me at halftime these conditions hindered the passing game so they need to do rely on you. how were you able to carry the load when it was necessary? >> well, it's just sometimes, you know, in these cold weather games, you know, running the ball is necessary and my guys up front, my hogs, they always come through and we go as they go. so i'm proud of them and feels good to be 8-1, really does. >> michele: i was going to say 8-1 and you win on the road in these kind of conditions. you guys predominantly an indoor
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team. what does this win mean to the texans? >> it means we're 8-1. that's it. next week we have to get ready for our next opponent and the mentality this team has. it only accounts for is a win. >> michele: arian, congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> michele: danieal manning, you spent the first five years of your career here in chicago. this is your first time back since leaving two years ago. you have a forced fumble and interception in the first quarter. how did things play out you expected them to and hoped them to? >> i say god is good. for me to come out here and show my talent and having fun with these guys. we played hard, man, and knew what we were doing. executing. i told the guys a long ground it out game and continue to stay with those guys we will within this game. >> michele: you played for some very good bears defenses and coming into many game there was so much talk about chicago's defense. how good is the texans defense?
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>> i think we are really good. i mean, sky is the limit with these guys. we continue to stay within what our team is doing, man, we can go all the way. nobody can stop us. >> michele: congratulations. >> thank you. >> michele: bob? >> the texans win tonight caps a day and night in which all of the division winners in the afc won. houston, new england and denver and baltimore. none of the division winners in the nfc won. chicago, giants and atlanta all lost and san francisco could manage only a tie at home against the rams. now we welcome in tony dungy. your reaction to tonight's game, tony. >> well, bob, you talked about being a division leader and i think houston made a stamp tonight and let people know they are the best team in the afc. they went on the road in bad conditions. we think of them as an indoor team. but they played smart tonight. they played tough. they played physical. they won chicago's type of game. their offense didn't throw the ball a lot as we mentioned and turned it over to their defense
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and the defense made plays. you heard danieal manning, he came and made a statement early, turned the game around with that physical hit and coordinator wade phillips i thought did a great job on brandon marshall roving he w realizing he was a threat an houston made the statement they are the best team in the afc tonight. >> they have a one game lead over the ravens and have a victory against baltimore so they own that tiebreaker. who do you think, assuming that houston gets one of the byes and the ravens right now fountain season were to end would get the other. who do you see getting that other bye in the afc? >> well, you really have to look at denver right now. they are playing better as the year goes on. we know peyton manning and that offense and they are going to put points on the board but i think what really has to have the broncos excited is the way their special teams and their defense is playing. today, a lot of sacks, turnovers. they got a defensive score. they have got von miller putting pressure on the passer and they
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are playing complete football. i like the way the schedule sets up for denver too coming down the stretch. >> yeah, their schedule is not too tough the rest of the way. thanks, tony. we turn to mike florio of pro football talk. take us through the significant injuries today, mike. >> bob, quarterback concussions were the injury of the day. michael vick in philadelphia left the first half of that loss to the cowboys with a concussion. nick foles took over. and vick won't be able to return until he is cleared by an independent neurologist to practice and then to play. same thing in san francisco. alex smith left early with a concussion. colin kaepernick took over for him there. tampa bay scary moment. linebacker quincy black immobilized after head and neck injury and relieved from a hospital after the game. coach greg schiano said he will be fine. the team isn't sure when he will be able to play and further testing on monday. for the denver bronco defense looking very good but things not
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as good for defensive ends elvis dumervil suffered a shoulder injury and mri on monday and he told us he is nervous about that mri, bob, as he told peter king. >> also on the nbc sports network, catch "the dan patrick show" weekdays from 9:00 a.m. till noon. al and cris to wrap things up from chicago where the texans beat the bears tonight 13-6. back after this. . what's that? uuuhhh! leave ordinary behind with wendy's new bacon portabella melt. applewood smoked bacon, rich portabellas in a melty cheddar sauce. unleashing the power of the melt. that's wendy's way. now that's better. wooohooo....hahaahahaha!
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>> on "sunday night football." >> al: that sums it up because baltimore and pittsburgh has become a staple on sunday night and terrific rivalry. and here we go again. just when it looked like the ravens were having trouble a couple of weeks ago when they were thrashed by houston and pittsburgh has all of these injuries, both teams playing very well right now and pittsburgh should win against kansas city tomorrow night and here we go next week in pittsburgh. >> terrell suggs is back to torment ben roethlisberger one more time. so many great moments. of the games we've had the great opportunity to do the last few years that rivalry seems to mean more to those two teams than any other. there is a bitterness to that game that you really don't always feel in all of the others. >> al: that is the action a week from tonight. we will see you from heinz field in pittsburgh for "sunday night
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football." coming up next, except on the west coast, your local news, followed by "dateline." this is al michaels and cris collinsworth and michele tafoya. our crew say good night from chicago where the texans win it 13-6. .
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new questions about general david petraeus' resignation and more on the threatening e mails his biographer allegedly sent to another woman. good evening, the fallout continues tonight, following petraeus' resignation. nbc news learned the woman who first contacted the fbi about threatening e mails from the general's biographer is a close petraeus family friend. kristen welker has more on when it be cam pcame public. >> reporter: according to a close friend of david petraeus, jill kelly come planned to fbi agents about being harassed by paula broadwell, petraeus' biographer. petraeus' downfall started when kelly complained to the fbi that she was receiving e-mails from broadwell. multiple officials tell nbc news
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the e-mails led to the discovery of others between general petraeus and broadwell and were indicative of an extramarital affair. >> my first reaction was disbelief. >> petraeus' former spokesperson and served with him in iraq and spoke tine petraeus twice this weekend and said his former boss is remorseful. >> in his word he screwed up. >> reporter: senior law enforcement official told nbc news that fbi officials interviewed petraeus. today members of congress are asking why the fbi did not inform them or the president sooner. >> this is something that could have had an effect on national security. i think we should have been told. >> this comes as we are learning more about the days leading up to petraeus' resignation. house majority leader, eric cantor said he was tipped off about the situation, however the president first learned about the incident on thursday. the day petraeus offered his
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resignation. a senior law enforcen't official says the agents called to a congressional staffer had no effect on the petraeus/broadwell investigation or the timing of the disclosure. still lawmakers say there are a lot of questions that need to be answered. >> it has been going on several months. now it appears that they're saying, the fbi didn't realize un,000 till electitil election t rpelt -- petraeus was involved. >> the timing of this had nothing to do with the election. the fbi didn't notify the administration until after the investigation was complete because it didn't know what it was dealing general petraeus was to testify about at taken benghazi. general petraeus went to libya to conduct an investigation last month. there is speculation he will still be called to testify.
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across the country and here in the d.c. area, many took a moment to remember sacrifices made by our spoke to some people. >> reporter: visiting the world war ii memorial on the national mall for the first time, this veterans' day. >> chokes me up a little bit. >> his two sons with him. in town for an event where he will see other sailors from his world war ii squadron. >> means a lot to hear what my dad, at this memorial and for tomorrow, for his, dedication, of his squadron. [ inaudible ] >> the memorial with fountain thousands, towering arches and
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wreaths, drew veterans and locals too to pay respect for those who sacrificed their lives. twhai whether they have been here before or their first time seeing the memorial those we spoke to said you can't help but walk away with a renewed respect for those who served and died for this country. peter visserman, served in thor force is visiting from illinois. >> it is very impressive. you know, all of those people that gave their lives, and that's, that's stirring. >> l.emmanuel christopher wanted to pay his respect. >> just to seat peope the peopl gave their lives. people that served. it means a lot. a circle moment. and i think we should all cherish it. >> earlier today, president obama honored veterans at arlington national secemetery. the president laid a wreath at
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the tomb of then known and paused for a moment of silence. >> the american people, i say to you the memory of your loved ones carries on not just in your hearts, but in ours as well. and i assure you that their sacrifice will never be forgotten. >> veterans' day previously known as armistice day to mark the end of world war i in 1954. congress changed the name to veterans day to honor all personnel. new york city paid tribute to the nation's veterans. a wreath laying ceremony held at eternal light monument this morning. thousand lined 5th avenue for the veterans day parade. parade organizers used the event as an opportunity to support victims of sandy, the united war veterans council, collected winter coats for people affected by the storm. veterans day observed across the country tomorrow. there will be changes to public transportation in the area. metro opens at 5:00 a.m.
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tomorrow. but will run on a saturday schedule. off-peak fares in effect all day. track work will continue tomorrow on the orange, red and green lines. marc and vre not running tomorrow. everything back to normal by tuesday morning. more than 160 passengers on an amtrak train headed to union station had to make part of the journey by bus. csx train derailed north of richmond tonight. amtrak had to stop train 66 at richmond's main street station. and transfert passengers to buses. passengers arrived at union station after 10:00 p.m. hope you enjoyed the warm weather this weekend. some cold temperatures are on the way. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell here to tell us how cold it is going to get. chuck? >> hey there, jim. good evening. everybody watching us lit tonight. has obviously been up through the football game. you saw the cold wind, rain, there in chicago. that is coming in our direction. it arrives here, not so much tomorrow.
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as we get into tomorrow night and tuesday. for now though, what a mild late night it is. by november standard. 53 now. at midnight in washington. 46 in leesburg. 58, hagerstown. within a few degrees of the high temperature. no ran to worry about. rain drops, closest t us, central and eastern indiana. and kentucky. they're making a slow but steady marchen our direction. totals stay mild monday. cold air is coming. the rain drops, some of which could be heavy at times. coming in our direction. talk about that and jim, i will show you some of the most amazing temperature drops, that tie could find. approaching cold front. get ready for big changes. >> i am scared now. thank you, chuck, see you in a bit. tomorrow is two week since sandy came crashing ashored ing ing . crews working round the:00 to restore purr to new york and new jersey.
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mean while, working to find housing for thousand of displaced residents. 4,000 people are still in shelters tonight. fema has already approved more than $450 million in assistance and expects the number to climb. meanwhile, american red cross says it received 117 million in donations to help victims of sandy. the agency also says it is response has been near flawless. but some residents in areas hard hit don't agree. they say the help has been minimal, sporadic and hard to find. we haven't seen the red cross. they take people's hard working money to assist people. when push come to shove they don't assist. >> i think that we are near flawless so far in this operation. i am just so proud of everything that we are doing on the ground. >> the red cross says sandy posed unique challenges. first cold weather hurricane and struck in an extremely urban
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area. the agency maintains that it is more than 5,700 volunteers in the region who handed out nearly 5 million meals and snacks to people in need. and some four-legged friend are having a rough go of it in new york and new jersey. many of them left behind when evacuation orders were given. some of them rescued. many are still in shelters. that's because their owners are also in shelters. that don't allow pets. officials to tackle its biggest challenge before the end of the year. avoiding the fiscal cliff. lawmakers can't compromise on spending cuts, taxes and entitlement programs it could lead to a recession. the consequence if they dent make a deal by january 1. some economists say uncertainty now, says it will be a drag on the economy. >> if three or four weeks they're not making progress you will see anxiety and nervousness
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grow in markets and board rooms. rough two months for the u.s. economy. >> house and they meet with pre obama at the white house. frightening scene in an indianapolis neighborhood. the investigation into what caused the explosion that leveled homes and left two dead. >> new details tonight from the man believed to be the east coast rapist. what he has to say about the crimes he is accused of. nearly 70% of venice completely flooded. what's causing the high water.
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>> a massive explosion leveled two homes. the fire engulfed the neighborhood and killed two people. today sitty cam together to help those affected. as we report, investigators are still trying to figure out what sparked the blast. >> it was described as a war zone. upon entering the richmond hills subdivision you can clearly see why. debris and damage everywhere. nearly every home, burned or battered or broken or simply
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gone. i have into the seen this destruction. >> reporter: the epicenter of the explosion. police believe it originated near the burned out car. the home the one next to it. they were obliterated in the late night blast. that's where detectives, arson investigators and agents are concentrating to find out what caused the massive disrupttion. >> they'll look at each one of the house and make arrangements. piece by piece. much of the area remains unsach for residents or any one else. the cars, charred, the garage and house crumbled around them. much look after a natural disaster. crews have gone home by home. marking each within with damage designation. clear means it has been checked. and the numbers are simply astounding. 80 homes, in this neighborhood, including 31 with major damage.
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11 of them like this one behind me. simply no access. it is unsafe. even the houses with minor damage have a lot of clean-up ahead. even in this -- chaos. and city leaders say it was calm. and they had the equipment. they didn't know what had occurred. they just knew that sit yenz needed help. >> a man believed to be the east coast rapist. tells "the washington post" doesn't know why he couldn't stop attacking women for decade. he was arrested last year in connecticut. he is expected to plead guilty later this month to two attacks in northern virginia. thomas is suspected in at least 15 others since 1997. he told the post, quote, they were objects. i did so much i can't remember. italian city of venice is
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used to high waters but nothing like what you are about to see. floodwaters rose to five feet above sea level. 70% of the city affected. it made it tough to get around. many on vacation found themselves nearly waist deep in the water. shops, and buildings are closed there. we have seen flooding there before. >> in a city where so many streets are covered with water for gondolas. think they could deal easier. >> not when it gets like that. >> not so much. >> warned us, scary in terms of the temperature drops. >> temperatures are really going to start to drop. nothing like across the great plains. not going to be anything that we have to worry about just yet. nonetheless, facing a serious drop in temperatures around here. between the start of the day tuesday. and the end of the day tuesday. i have graphics to back this up. for now though, oh, what a mild